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Juventus assistant coach Landucci happy for Dybala after Coppa win against Sampdoria

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Juventus assistant coach Marco Landucci says they were delighted with their Coppa Italia win against Sampdoria.

Juve won 4-1, thanks to goals from Juan Cuadrado, Daniele Rugani, Paulo Dybala and an Alvaro Morata penalty.

Landucci said, "We put in a good performance, which wasn't easy with so few people in the stadium. We had the right attitude, were fired up and it was very important that we go through to the next round, as the Coppa Italia is a great tournament. Everyone did very well.

Dybala celebrated his goal this time before handing the penalty over to Morata.

“Paulo is doing very well, we are happy with his performances. He has been decisive the last few games, as he always should be. Unfortunately, we lost him for several games because of injury. Danilo made his comeback today with 60 minutes, we'll be without Chiesa and dedicate the victory to him ahead of his knee surgery, as he'll be stronger than before. We're waiting for him."

Landucci continued: “The attitude is crucial and we had many games with the right attitude, even missing key players. There are no easy games, we saw that we lost more points against the so-called smaller sides like Verona, Empoli and Udinese.

“The only thing that matters is hard work, attitude and desire. We are finding some consistency now, we need to speak with actions rather than words.

“Milan are a great team, it'll be tough, but we'll go there and play our game, as always."

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